2.4M US Prison Industry to Arrive Liberia

Experienced in toxic cleanup, US Prison Industry to arrive in Liberia

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Africans, Africans, Look at our skin-Somalia

“Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (president of Liberia)

“We are not a commodity in the hands of bankers and politicians”; “They do not represent us”; “If you won’t let us dream, we will not let you sleep”; “No hay pan para tanto chorizo.” (“There’s not enough bread for so much sausage”: a pun on the double meaning of chorizo, which means both “sausage” and “crook.”) Weed HIP HOP #HIPHOP JAY Z Kentucky/Liberia  hemp market  

Liberia Observes World Water Day

Violence erupts in Liberia as police fire on crowds trying to escape from quarantined Ebola zones 

blaming the civilians for the fact one of his own soldiers shot this poor child.

There is a case for challenging borders that were drawn up by European imperialists and which continue to inhibit travel and trade.

What has happen to the Country Somalia-Divide to conquer Colonialism

Africans, Africans. Look at our skin.
“That’s our continent, we belong to one continent. We may, by virtue of history, have been
divided by certain boundaries and especially by colonialism. But our founding fathers in 1963
showed us the way and we must take up that teaching that we got in 1963. That we are one and we must be united.”

 

Oh wait! Silly me, the D.E.A. seems to believe pain reduction is not a worthwhile reason for doctors to prescribe opiate based drugs even to dying Americans in hospice centers. Why would I imagine they would care about Africans, some of who might survive and face addiction issues. Sorry, I’m so tired, stressed out, and disturbed by the non-newsworthy ongoing humanitarian disaster in Western Africa it is throwing me off my “game.”XXX

Dr Liu described encounter six pregnant women walking the streets unable to find anyone help them deliver apparently in part do to the few remaining health officials around not wanting to risk an agonizing death of Ebola from encountering patient blood with no available protective gloves and other personal protective equipment. XXXX

Bio-Chemical Weapons & KOCH: Ebola A History. CowWaste in #Water #Toledo #OHIO India

1973. Stanford school of medicine researchers Boyer & Cohen use gene splicing to create a viable, penicillin resistant strain of E. coli. 1977. Last known outbreak of Smallpox occurs in Somalia. 1976. The Soviets establish a new germ warfare facility in Siberia known as “Vector”. The largest and most sophisticated facility of its kind ever built, it’s primary purpose is to research viruses for possible weaponization. A large part of its research has to do with using recombinant DNA techniques to produce ultra-deadly “superbugs” impervious to known defensive measures. Research includes germs designed to seize control of the human metabolism, causing the body to self-destruct, and splicing the gene that makes Diphtheria toxin into Plague bacteria, which devastates animal test subjects. 1976. The Secretary of The Army reverses a decision to abolish the Chemical Corps. He cites the heightened awareness of the Soviet Union’s capability to wage chemical warfare as the primary reason, and the need to train Army personnel how to counter chemical threats. “Chemical weapons can be tailored to fit the exact requirements of the changing situation. They can effect any necessary type of casualties from incapacitation to death in minutes.” – General Frank Stubbs, U.S. Army Chemical Corps. 1975. Biological and Toxin Weapons Treaty goes into effect. Bio-Chemical Weapons & KOCH: Ebola A History. CowWaste in #Water #Toledo #OHIO India

 

Afghanistan, Belarus, Central African Republic, Cuba, Cyprus, Eritrea, Fiji, Iran, Iraq, Cote d’Ivoire, Lebanon, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Vietnam, Myanmar, China, Haiti, Liberia, Rwanda, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Republic of the Sudan (Northern Sudan), Yemen, Zimbabwe, Venezuela, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
1973. The Soviet Union establishes Biopreparat, which would become the hub of Moscow’s germ warfare effort. At it’s peak in the 80’s it will employ over 30,000 scientists and technicians at more than 100 facilities across the Soviet Union. Secretly run by the military, it would command annual budgets approaching 1 billion dollars. During its life it would study over 80 different agents and weaponize over a dozen of them, including: Tularemia, various strains of Anthrax, Venezuelan equine encephalitis, Botulinum, Bubonic Plague, Smallpox, Glanders, and Marburg (a virus similar to Ebola which cause hemoragic fever).